Is Loki Season 2 confirmed?
Update: Marvel confirmed Loki Season 2 with a post-credits stinger at the end of the Season 1 finale. ... You read that right: Loki Season 2, which will star Tom Hiddleston reprising his role from the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, is currently in some stage of pre-production with a target shooting date of January 2022. inverse.com'Loki' Season 2 release date on Disney+ confirmed in major leak
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"It's this beautiful [tribute] to what's come before."
The Loki finale's MCU references have been addressed by series director Kate Herron.
Before the time-twisting chaos plays out, the Marvel Studios logo sequence at the beginning of the episode features various soundbites from across all four phases of the MCU, including Black Panther's 'Wakanda forever!' and Captain Marvel's 'Higher, further, faster, baby!'.
Captain America, Black Widow and Thor can also be heard if you listen carefully, as well as real-life figures Nelson Mandela and Greta Thunberg.
"We had this opening for episode six that [writer] Eric Martin had written, where he said, 'Oh, it'd be cool to do an homage to [1997 film] Contact,' because we wanted the show to be a big love letter to sci-fi," Herron told TVLine.
"We were going to go through space until the end of time, and we'd see the Citadel in the physical timeline."
"I thought that was such a good idea, because it showed how the TVA always perceived [time], and how it's so different in reality,” added the director. "It shows how limited their knowledge is, which makes He Who Remains all the more impressive. I thought that was exciting."
Eventually, studio top dog Kevin Feige stepped in with some thoughts on the opening's soundscape.
"He was like, 'It gives me an idea, hearing those quotes [from history]. We've never done quotes from the MCU ever on the logo.' And I was like, 'Oh, that's so cool!' That lit everyone's brains up.